This Is Our Conclusion covering any games for girls on our remaining consoles.
This is part of a multi-post “countdown” of the best gaming systems for girls. Please use the Table of Contents to navigate through the various posts.
Table of Contents Introduction To This Countdown PC Games For Girls PC Games For Girls Part 1 PC Games For Girls Part 2 PC Games For Girls Part 3 PC Games For Girls Part 4 PC Games For Girls Part 5 PC Games For Girls Part 6 PC Games For Girls Part 7 PC Games For Girls Part 8 PC Games For Girls Part 9 PC Games For Girls Part 10 Mobile Games For Girls Mobile Games For Girls Part 1 Mobile Games For Girls Part 2 Mobile Games For Girls Part 3 Mobile Games For Girls Part 4 Mobile Games For Girls Part 5 Mobile Games For Girls Part 6 Nintendo Switch Games For Girls Nintendo Switch Games For Girls Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls Sony Playstation 2 Games For Girls Sony Vita Games For Girls Sony Vita Games For Girls Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls Super Nintendo SNES Games For Girls Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls Sony Playstation 1 Games For Girls Playstation 4 Games For Girls Playstation 4 Games For Girls Sega CD Games For Girls Sega CD Games For Girls Sega Genesis Games For Girls Sega Genesis Games For Girls Sega Saturn Games For Girls Sega Saturn Games For Girls Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls Sega Dreamcast Games For Girls Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls Sony Playstation Portable PSP Games For Girls Playstation 3 Games For Girls Playstation 3 Games For Girls Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls Nintendo 3DS / 2DS Games For Girls Nintendo DS Games For Girls Nintendo DS Games For Girls Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls Nintendo GBA Gameboy Advance Games For Girls Nintendo N64 Games For Girls Nintendo N64 Games For Girls Wii U Games For Girls Wii U Games For Girls Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls Nintendo Gamecube Games For Girls Sega Gamegear Games For Girls Sega Gamegear Games For Girls Nintendo Wii Games For Girls Nintendo Wii Games For Girls Xbox Games For Girls Xbox and Xbox 360 Games For Girls Gameboy Games For Girls Gameboy Color and Gameboy Original or Pocket Games For Girls Conclusion Remaining Games For Girls NES, Colecovision, and Virtual Boy Games For Girls This Is Our Conclusion covering any games for girls on our remaining consoles. 27.) NES – The first gaming console in my house. It didn’t have many RPGs at all but had some other games I fondly remember from my childhood.
Hydlide(JPJapanese: ハイドライドRomaji: Haidoraido) is a role-playing video game released in 1989 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. In the game, you take control of a hero who’s goal is to hunt down an enemy of your kingdom’s who recently stole one of three magical jewels.
Dragon Quest (JPJapanese: ドラゴンクエストRomaji: Doragonkuesuto) (called Dragon Warrior in North America) also known as Dragon Quest I, is the first game in the Dragon Quest series was developed by Enix (now Square Enix) and released in 1986 in Japan for the Family Computer (“Famicom”).
Dragon Quest II is a RPG that was initially released for the NES in Japan on January 26, 1987. It is the second installment of the Dragon Quest series. Dragon Quest II is a role-playing video game.
Dragon Quest IV(JPJapanese: ドラゴンクエストIV 導かれし者たちRomaji: Dragon Quest IV: Michibikareshi Monotachi) also known as Dragon Warrior IV for the original North American release for the NES in 1992 is a video game initially released in 1990. The game was later got an remake under the title Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen for the Nintendo DS.
The Legend of Zelda(JPJapanese: ゼルダの伝説Romaji: Zeruda no Densetsu) (later released as The Legend of Zelda 1(JPJapanese: ゼルダの伝説1Romaji: Zeruda no Densetsu Wan) in Japan) is an NES action-adventure game. It was first released in Japan as a Famicom Disk System game in February of 1986. The next year it would release in both North America and Europe.
Zelda II: The Adventure of Link (JPJapanese: THE LEGEND OF ZELDA 2リンクの冒険, THE HYRULE FANTASY 2 リンクの冒険 Romaji: The Legend of Zelda 2: Rinku no Bōken, The Hyrule Fantasy 2: Rinku no BōkenMeaning: The Legend of Zelda 2, The Hyrule Fantasy 2: Adventure of Link (original name)) is a video game for the Nintendo Entertainment System that was released a year after The Legend of Zelda.
Faxanadu(JPJapanese: ファザナドゥRomaji: Fazanadu) is a Nintendo Entertainment System video game released in 1987 and later re-released on the Wii Virtual Console. Players guide the hero through a screen-by-screen series of fields, towns, and dungeons. The hero can walk, jump, and climb ladders – all typical characteristics of a platform game.
Legacy of the Wizard (Dragon Slayer in Japan) is a fantasy platformer game for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was developed by Nihon Falcom, published by Namco, and localized by Brøderbund. The stars are the Drasle Family who are on the mission to get the crown jewel to defeat the evil dragon.
Castlevania II: Simon’s Quest (JPJapanese: ドラキュラII 呪いの封印Romaji: Dracula II: Noroi no Fūin, Dorakyura Tsū: Noroi no FūinMeaning: Dracula II: The Seal of the Curse) is a role-playing game for the Nintendo Entertainment System released in 1988. It is the third installment in the popular series, but the second one released for the NES.
Final Fantasy (JPJapanese: ファイナルファンタジー Romaji: Fainaru Fantajī) is an NES video game initially released in 1987 in Japan and in 1990 later in North America. It’s without a doubt one of the best known role-playing video games. It has spawned sequels, spin-offs and influenced various video games, though itself influenced by Dragon Quest.
Little Ninja Brothers is an action role-playing game Nihon Game (now Culture Brain) and published by Taiyo System in December 1990 for the NES where the player plays a Kung-Fu Warrior and tries to find the exit to a room while racking up as many points as possible.
StarTropics is a game for the NES. It was both developed and published by Nintendo. The game, despite being developed in Japan, was never released there. The game includes an immersive story, and fun characters (including the main character Mike Jones, Dr. Steve Jones, and others).
Zoda’s Revenge: StarTropics II is a game for the NES, and the sequel to StarTropics. It was released exclusively in North America in March 1994. It was the second-to-last game released for the NES, with the last being Wario’s Woods.
Willow(JPJapanese: ウィローRomaji: U~irō) is a 1989 action role-playing game, developed by Capcom. It is based on the 1988 fantasy film with the same name. IGN named it the 89th best game for the NES, and the final issue of Nintendo Power named it the 254th best game to come out on a Nintendo console.
28.) Coleco Vision – I picked one up at a yard sale years ago with some games. It’s a very old rare console. There was really only one or two RPGs.
DESCRIPTION In this adventure game you control an explorer who’s on his way to fortress Alcazar. To reach Alcazar you are travelling through a countryside of fortresses and you need to collect several items that you can find along the way. Once you enter the Alcazar fortress you have to search for the crown.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Gateway to Apshai is an action-adventure game for the Commodore 64, ColecoVision and Atari 8-bit family, developed by The Connelley Group and published by Epyx as a prequel to Temple of Apshai .
There’s a fan-based group or company making some homebrew RPGs on Colecovision…
For generations, warriors and adventurers have been drawn to the town of Utsuro to challenge the dangers of its underground tunnels, in hopes of finding the legendary Black Onyx, a stone said to give eternal youth and great wealth to its owner.
The cowardly Prince of Larosia will need to face his deepest fears, as his kingdom has been overrun by a group of hungry dragons! Even worse, the evil mastermind behind this attack is none other than Mardok the wizard, who the Prince had banished a year before!
“Centuries ago the Night had a son. He had many names, but only one still echoes in the corridors of History: Count Vlad Drakul. His tragic existence, equally pervaded by suffering and evil, came to an end in 1899 when a young scholar by the name of Abraham Van Helsing defeated him.
And they’re still making new Colecovision games even as I’m writing this post in the year of our lord 2020 lol. Here’s one of their current projects
Down the deep dungeon guarded by dreadful creatures, awaits an amulet once stolen from your family by an evil wizard. It bears the royal crest proving your hereditary right to the country’s throne. Would you dare to enter? Bats, specters, dragons and ghosts will stop at nothing to destroy you!
29.) Virtual Boy – Nothing to see here, move along. This whole console was weird. Black and Red graphics, googles, and a stand where you had to hunch down to put your eyes up to the view finder. It hurt my eyes and hurt my back and didn’t have any RPGs. I sold mine and all of its games for a lot of money though because for some reason it’s highly sought after as a novelty item I guess.
I’d like there to be a # 30 to round this out – but I have only owned 29 consoles in my life. Not bad I guess, I started collecting around 8 years old and am 39 now, so about one console a year? more or less? lol. I already pre-ordered PS5, but it’s too soon to tell if it’ll have a lot of games for girls or leave girl gamers behind.